Joshua Levenheit

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Joshua Levenheit
ヨシュア・レーベンハイト
Star of Destiny Chikyou Star
Joshua Levenheit.png
Illustration Kawano Junko
Gender Male
Race Human
Age 220 (Suikoden)
Birth Year SY 238
From Dragon Knight's Domain
Appearances

Joshua Levenheit (ヨシュア・レーベンハイト, Yoshua Rēbenhaito) is a supporting character in Suikoden. Joshua was the Captain of the Knights of the Dragon's Den during the Gate Rune War.

Biography

Suikoden

Joshua Levenheit
“ Commander Tir, when war breaks out, we'll rush to your aid. ”

As bearer of the Dragon Rune, one of the 27 True Runes, Joshua Levenheit led the Knights of the Dragon's Den as its commander. Having the ability to control dragons, he would be the eternal leader of Dragon Knights.

Although Joshua had allied with Emperor Barbarosa during the War of Succession, the growing corruption in the Scarlet Moon Empire as well as its shift in attitude towards the Dragon Knights earned Joshua's indignation. During the Gate Rune War, Joshua was convinced to align his forces with the Toran Liberation Army after talking with Humphrey Mintz.

With the help of Joshua and Knights of the Dragon's Den, the power of the Liberation Army grew immensely. Joshua usually coordinated the Dragon Knights' war effort from Goya. However, Joshua did arrive at the last battle, where he used his Dragon Rune to amplify Leknaat's half of the Gate Rune and thus overpowered Windy's half of the Gate Rune, sending all her summoned monsters back where they came from.

After the war, Joshua continued in his position as Captain of the Dragon Knights.

Game info

Joshua
Joshua Levenheit (portrait).png Recruit Recruited automatically following events at the Dragon Knight's Domain and Seek Valley.
War Name Type Soldiers Lead ATK Sub ATK
Dragon Knights Other 600 -- --

Trivia

  • Joshua Levenheit is the only character that never joins you at your castle, even after joining your forces.

References

  1. Gensosuikoden Encyclopaedia (ISBN 4-575-16297-3), pages 295